Environmental history of the titanium dioxide plant at Australind, Western Australia
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The environment is being increasingly thought of as an economic resource not a dispensable luxury. Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is widely acknowledged as being a basic tool for the assessment of the environmental implications of development proposals. EIA may also reduce management costs, and the time taken to reach a decision, if implemented at an early stage in project planning. The environment is now firmly on the political agenda in both developed and developing countries and there is a growing realization that procedures, methods and techniques to assess the environmental impacts of projects and developments must be given the same emphasis that economic and technical assessments have received in the past .
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Series Name:||Environmental Science Discussion Paper 3/87|
|Publisher:||School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University|
|Copyright:||(c) School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University|
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